Additional Information


Dear Licensee,

  Senate Bill 20, as passed by the 79th Session of the Nevada Legislature is currently awaiting the signature of Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval.  Due to the legislative change, Nevada Educator License holders are no longer required to demonstrate knowledge of Nevada School Law, the Nevada Constitution, or the U.S. Constitution through testing or coursework to maintain a license.  The new law requires any licensed educator who is employed by a Nevada school district (except substitutes, as they are exempt from the requirement) to complete training in Nevada School Law and the Nevada Constitution as a condition of continued employment.    Existing licensees with outstanding provisions in these areas will have the provisions removed from their licenses automatically and should contact their respective school districts for further instruction.   The full text of Senate Bill 20 is available online at   For specific questions about how this change to the law might affect your license, you may contact the Nevada Department of Education's Office of Educator Licensure using the form at  

Thank you,   Jason E. Dietrich   

Jason E. Dietrich, CCM, CPM | Director | Office of Educator Licensure State of Nevada | Department of Education | Educator Effectiveness and Family Engagement


-- Information Below is Subject to Change in the Near Future --

For additional information, please contact:

  • Andrea Hughs-Baird at or (775) 682-9076
    • Andrea is a Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of Nevada, Reno and is the point of contact for questions regarding the Nevada School Law Project. She has access to the email; this will be the quickest way to get in touch with her.
  • Dr. Bill Thornton, Director of the Nevada School Law Project, at (775) 682-9096 or